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Report H of the American Medical Association's Council on Scientific Affairs1 will assist greatly in establishing regular usage for autologous blood transfusions. The idea of using your own blood for yourself has long appealed to the prospective recipient and has been advocated...
Most modern textbooks of medicine have several onerous attributes: they are heavy and expensive, they overwhelm the reader with information, and their contents are often ephemeral. Their ephemeral nature, stemming from rapid changes in medical knowledge, is beyond an author's control. The other...
The recommendation for antibody screening, serological testing for syphilis, and hepatitis B surface antigen screening is taken directly from the cited reference.1 Most blood banks require ABO and Rh group testing and antibody screening because of their inherent concern about...
Estimates of elder abuse approximate 10% of Americans over 65 years of age; obtaining accurate incidence and prevalence figures is complicated by factors including denial by both the victim and perpetrator and minimization of complaints by health professionals. Broad agreement exists in...
IN 1942 Berger1 reported the first clinical case of a hilar cell tumor of the ovary in a 50-year-old woman with signs of virilization. Since then approximately 50 cases have been reported in the literature.2,3 This is a case of a hilar cell tumor in a postmenopausal woman detected by ultrasound...
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Kouns et al1 recently reported the presence of oligoclonal banding in the serum of patients with antibody to the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). They state that such a finding is rare in other patients and suggest demonstration of oligoclonal banding as a surrogate test for...
This is the story of Saranac, a village in the Adirondack mountains of New York, which became the home of America's first tuberculosis sanatorium. The author, Robert Taylor, the chief book and art critic of the Boston Globe, relates the history of Saranac over a period of 100 years through...
John Stanbury wrote the book on metabolism, Robert Williams wrote the book on endocrinology, Goodman and Gilman wrote the book on pharmacology, and Alexander Fisher wrote the book on contact dermatitis.
This is the bible of contact dermatitis and should be owned by every dermatologist. Dr...
This is an informative book written by a multidisciplinary group of professionals who are experts in their fields on family violence. It was "designed primarily for mental health service providers who need to know about research findings on family violence as well as about exemplary clinical and...
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